Annarita Papeschi

Second Year Design Tutor

Annarita Papeschi is a practising architect (ARB, RIBA) and an educator. Annarita is a graduate from the Università degli Studi di Firenze (2003) and she has an MArch in Architecture and Urbanism from the Architectural Association School of Architecture (2007).

She was previously a Lead Architect at Zaha Hadid Architects and in 2013, co-founded FLOW Architecture. Working at the intersection of architectural design and urban research, FLOW’s production explores the radical potential of ubiquitous technologies to develop collectively crafted experiences and spaces. The studio was recently shortlisted for the London RIBA Awards and have exhibited and presented their work extensively in UK and Europe.

Annarita has taught in the past at A&L Greenwich and at the Kent School of Architecture. Currently, she is at Syracuse University London as Adjunct Professor in Ethnography and Culture and at The Bartlett School of Architecture as Theory Tutor within the Master of Urban Design. She is also a PhD candidate at The Bartlett School of Architecture with a project that explores the ecological and materialist foundation of digital participation through design-research practice.